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Africa’s population is expected to grow significantly by 2050, and with that, there is increased enthusiasm among its youthful population to learn new skills in technology, innovation, science and entrepreneurship. However, there are limited opportunities and resources in Africa to help bolster the aspirations of many young people.
In a world that is constantly changing, countries across the globe have adopted new technology to improve the way people live. The past decade witnessed how technology has improved sectors such as education, business and healthcare. In response to today’s changing needs, tech hubs such as Silicon Valley have sprung up across the world.
The annual conference, now in its third year since its inception, is focused on introducing young people to specialty skills such as cybersecurity, computer programming, networking, software development, IT in health care, digital marketing and many other topics. Last year, TVACON attracted over 150 attendees in Ganta and Monrovia.
Of all the technological discoveries made in the past decade, none of them has brought the world closer as the World Wide Web. Thanks to the internet, people previously separated by distance can now connect in a much faster and more frequent manner. This has led to an increase in cross-cultural and intercontinental interactions.